WALK ON GUILDED SPLINTERS
RIGHT PLACE, WRONG TIME
JUST A LITTLE BIT
THE SKY IS CRYING
Collection BonnarooSuperjamBand/Artist Bonnaroo SuperjamDate June 15, 2003Venue BonnarooLocation Manchester, TNSource DPA 4011 > mp2 > mod smb-1 > TCD-D8Taped by bigbillTransferred by bigbill
February 14, 2005
I Have a SndBrd!!
I would be more than willing to release it but im sure im not supposed to have it and i would need to get permission first before i were to release it. I don't even know where i would begin to do that so if any of you want this bad enough and can get me permission to release it your welcome to try.
December 26, 2003
This is a decent recording, but there are better sources out there.
August 5, 2003
The sound quality of this show is not all that great. Despite the enthusiasm of the attendee, I was disappointed by the heavy bass and disonant vocals. If you don't have any Dr. John, or if you were at the show and want a souvenir, it's fine, but otherwise I'd have to say skip it. I much prefer the Superjam from '02 with Robert Randolph and Co. in terms of set list and sound quality.
July 12, 2003
This is why I skipped out on James Brown
When I first saw the line up for B'roo 2003, I thought to myself that there is no way in hell that I'm going to miss the Godfather of Soul. But then I looked at the schedule and noticed that the SuperJam was taking place at the same time. This brought yet another tough decision (the same as "Do I see Keller, Bela, Sonic Youth or Ben Harper?" and "Garage a Trois or Allmans?") that ultimately was not made until after Galactic played their Sunday afternoon set.
I walked up to "This Tent" with my roommate Tim about a song and a half into the set (after Galactic we had to stop back at the campsite to fill up on "positive vibes", but our campsite was about a mile away in the "Alabama Soup Bowl"). I looked at the stage set up and thought, "Cool, there's Luther from the All Stars.....AND Stanton Moore......AND Mike Gordan.....AND.....who's that behind the piano? Must be Greg Allman" (I just saw an older gentelman behind a piano and my first thought was Allman since he was already there). But then I inched up on the tips of my toes and saw....The Hat. The unmistakable Dr. John hat. It's a good thing my roommate was there because he was able to catch my falling lower jaw before it smacked against the ground. This was the surprise of the weekend for me. I never thought I'd be able to see Dr. John live, let alone with some of my favorite muscians of today.
At the beginning of the set, it almost sounds as if there is something wrong with Dr. Johns microphone because the vocals seem distant. But fear not, true believers, the rest of the recording is flawless. I'm extremely happy that this turned out so well and that it is here for public comsumption. Enjoy everyone. Share this show with as many people as you can.
Rabbi Dr. Herschel Tuckman